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Shayal Devi
Wednesday, August 06, 2014

POLICE are on the lookout for two teenagers reported missing in the Western Division this week.

Spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri appealed to members of the public on any information on Rasina Mere and Arishma Suneha Khan.

"Rasina is a 17-year-old Form Six (Year 12) student of Khalsa College who was last seen going to school last Wednesday and has yet to return," he said.

"Rasina is of medium build, she is 1.7metres tall, has a fair complexion and short black hair."

He said they had checked places where she was most likely to have been but there was no positive development.

"Police are also looking for 16-year-old Arishma Suneha Khan, who went missing from her home on August 3.

"Arishma has a dark complexion, long black hair, slim built and has a height of 1.5m.

"The Form Four (Year 10) student of Tavua Secondary School was last seen wearing a blue dress."








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